Personal Finance

Mark Dougherty makes a few thousand extra bucks a year as a hired driver for people who need to get their cars and moving trucks across the country. The retired 70-year-old charges $10 per hour driving time and uses Google maps to estimate his fee, plus expenses like one-way plane tickets, gas, lodging and meals.
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The NACS survey found that as students progress throughout their academic careers, they become savvier shoppers and are more likely to comparison shop at multiple sources to find the best deal. Sites like CampusBooks.com, BigWords.com and BookFinder.com, among others, track books for new, used and rental texts. When you’re comparing prices, make sure you’re looking
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“I’m supportive of this,” said certified financial planner Hans “John” Scheil, CEO and owner of Cardinal Retirement Planning in Cary, North Carolina. “The reality is that most people don’t have their 401(k)s properly allocated. And most don’t ever reassess where they stand.” Most companies (62.1 percent) in the Callan study have done a re-enrollment when
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Dealing with crippling student debt is not on anyone’s post-grad wish list— yet it’s a reality many people face. Student debt has skyrocketed more than 256 percent from 2004 to 2015, according to a recent analysis from ValuePenguin. Outstanding college-loan balances at the end of the first quarter of 2017 totaled $1.34 trillion, according to
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Before Tesla cultivated a year-long waiting list for its fully electric Model 3 sedan, “pure electric” vehicles — cars that run entirely on electricity, as opposed to hybrid cars — seemed like something of a niche market. Electric-only cars make up just 0.5 percent of total U.S. vehicle sales, according to Jessica Caldwell, senior analyst
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